The famous five

When coaches become supervisors they have to take on a new identity. Reveals the five levels of change necessary for the transition. Barbara Moyes Do good coaches make good supervisors? Becoming a coaching supervisor is a role transition; what sociologist Erving Goffman calls “embracing” a new identity. But how do coaches become effective supervisors in an emerging profession where there isn’t yet a clear normative framework for the role? Is it all down to training, or are other issues involved? Are there things supervisors might do to feel more at one with the role and enhance their practice? I conducted […]

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